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Gabbard sets sights on Inouye’s seat

The U.S. representative-elect adds her name to a field that includes Hanabusa, Schatz and Case

By B.J. Reyes

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 25, 2012

~~<p>U.S. Rep.-elect Tulsi Gabbard, elected last month to represent Hawaii&rsquo;s 2nd Congressional District, has put her name into consideration for the U.S. Senate vacancy left by the death last week of U.S. Sen. Daniel Ino&shy;uye.</p>
<p>Gabbard on Monday joined a field of 14 that includes U.S. Rep. Colleen Hana&shy;busa, Ino&shy;uye&rsquo;s personal choice to succeed him, and Lt. Gov. Brian Schatz, considered among the front-runners in political circles to succeed Ino&shy;uye, who died Dec. 17 of respiratory complications.</p>
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U.S. Rep.-elect Tulsi Gabbard, elected last month to represent Hawaii’s 2nd Congressional District, has put her name into consideration for the U.S. Senate vacancy left by the death last week of U.S. Sen. Daniel Ino­uye.

Gabbard on Monday joined a field of 14 that includes U.S. Rep. Colleen Hana­busa, Ino­uye’s personal choice to succeed him, and Lt. Gov. Brian Schatz, considered among the front-runners in political circles to succeed Ino­uye, who died Dec. 17 of respiratory complications. Login for more...



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